Fiction Quest published my Story!

Pumped to see my spooky story included in one of my favorite online magazines, Fiction Quest. Pop on over to this site to read : https://fquest.in/issue-3/?fbclid=IwAR2AT4kSAWkjET838lP82ZqQUec2sK0tjGqwZ_GSKsRNR-v4TOtACxQs4Og You guys, 2019 is looking pretty good, right now! Thank you all, once again, because I’m nothing without my friends, family and readers. ❤️❤️❤️

That time of the month again!

It’s that time of the month again 🙂 I’ll be live on the Momspresso facebook page, reading my award-winning short story, titled “No Cheating.” Here’s the link:
https://m.facebook.com/Momspresso/ 
Indian Time – Friday, Aug 30 @ 11.30 AM.US times : 
 Thursday, Aug 29 @ 11.00 PM (Pacific)
Friday, Aug 30 @ 1.00 AM …

Are you listening, God?

What do mothers want? Well, it depends on who you ask. Some want a happy marriage, some like a fat bank account. Quite a few of us want a rewarding career, and almost every mom I know is still looking for that perfect pair of casual-fancy shoes.  We want bouncy …

Guess who’s an author now?

It’s happening, it’s happening!!A drabble (100 word story) I wrote got accepted by a British Anthology Publication!!!!This is huge, as you can guess from all the exclamation points. I’m beyond thrilled and grateful that a piece of fiction (which came from the darkest corners of my mind) has been considered …

Great Expectations.

A childhood friend of mine is expecting her first baby in Feb 2020. She’s been following me for a while on my website and Facebook, and she thinks I know something about parenting. So she called me this past weekend to get the inside scoop. Now mind you, prior to …

Like a Hawk!

I spent an hour yesterday at the Spa/Salon. When I get home, this conversation happens with my husband. Raghav: Babe, you look nice! Me: Aww, thanks! That was so relaxing. Raghav: Wow, your hair!! Cannot beat that Salon blowout, huh?! Me: Well… Raghav: And your eyebrows! Done to perfection!  Me: …. …

9 and what fun!

9 today. The baby fat, almost gone. Taller, leaner and looks like the young man he’s becoming.  9 today. He still gives me mushy kisses. He still lets me snuggle up. And, oh my heart! 9 today. Wakes up with a smile and asks about his present. Negotiates like a …

I am a Liar.

I am a liar. A big, fat liar.  I often smile and nod when someone asks me if I’m ok. I talk about self acceptance while shopping for anti aging serums. I am awkward around compliments, because I worry I’m not worthy of them. I hold in my tummy, every …